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A Gentleman in Moscow
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This is an engaging novel that encompasses the great span of time from the fall of the Russian Czar to a few decades before the fall of the Soviet Union. The main character is engaging, well drawn and humorous, and the narrator is at tim...
Swing Time
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Highly Illogical Behavior
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Highly Illogical Behavior by John Corey Whaley is a coming of age story for high school readers about a boy Sol who is agoraphobic and girl Lisa whose mission is to help this Sol in order to further her ambition to go to college for psyc...
Okay for Now
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Okay for Now by Gary Schmidt is a middle grade novel with a male protagonist who will resonate with audiences in both middle and high school levels. The main character, a spin off of characters and events in the novel Wednesday Wars and ...
If You Come Softly
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Jacqueline Woodson could single handedly fill the shelves of my classroom lending library. If You come Softly is a sweet love story that embraces race, socio-economic status, stereotypes, and family relations. Set in Brooklyn, Miah and E...

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Welcome to NEATE!

Keynote speaker Gish Jen and NEATE President Lynn Leschke

at the 2017 NEATE Conference. 

2017 NEATE Writing Contest for Students

Congratulations to the Winners

of the 2017 NEATE Writing Contest for Students

 

High School

Poetry: Joyce Hida, grade 12 of Rockville High School, CT for “Amerika.”

Sponsoring teacher: Victoria Nordlund

 

Fiction:  Christopher Ravosa, grade 12 of Northwest Catholic High School, CT for “Of the Dust of the Ground.”

Sponsoring teacher: Jeffery Przech

 

Nonfiction: Clara Bradley, grade 12 of Bangor High School, ME for “Truth in Falling and Flying: A Memoir.”

Sponsoring teacher: Stephanie Hendrix

 

Middle School

Poetry: Abby Tran, grade 8 of Oyster River Middle School, NH for “In the World of Forgetfulness.”

Sponsoring teacher: Linda Rief

 

Fiction: Rowan Brown, grade 8 of Oyster River Middle School, NH for “The Warehouse.”

Sponsoring teacher: Linda Rief

 

Nonfiction: Ella Gianino, grade 8 of Oyster River Middle School, NH for “Taste, Touch, Travel.”

Sponsoring teacher: Linda Rief



You can read these wonderful pieces in future editions of NEATE Publications!

 

Thank you to everyone who submitted and who sponsored a student writer!

This year’s deadline is February 24, 2018. Look for details at neate.org.

 

 
 
 

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